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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fevertree Drinks Plc LSE:FEVR London Ordinary Share GB00BRJ9BJ26 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  26.00 1.02% 2,566.00 2,572.00 2,577.00 2,596.00 2,555.00 2,569.00 168,663 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 71.6 2,990

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01/5/2020
16:40
Ah. I stuck some in some Hargreaves Lansdown funds not far after the low point, same kinda thing. Has worked out well so far. I was tempted to buy Wetherspoons at £5 but stupidly decided against it. Could have doubled my money there.
llama1978
01/5/2020
15:31
Ftse100 tracker. Very low cost.
dround87
01/5/2020
15:10
Yeah I'm thinking it'll rise in the short term (don't think this is it) so I'm using VUKE a lot but eventually weak economic data will catch up and once it's obvious the world is facing reccesion or worse... pop. But it is just an opinion. Nothing more.
dround87
01/5/2020
14:45
I sold some of mine at £16 so kinda hoping for a cheeky reentry at £14 ish. I missed out on my auto buy at about £14.20 by 1p dam it! Maybe things will dip again before they recover but I’m not sure now. More and more countries are coming out of lockdown gradually. Everyone is guessing I suppose.
llama1978
01/5/2020
13:10
I started that way but I'm becoming increasingly pessimistic. Someone has to pay the bill. If social distancing is to continue for longer factories, warehouses etc will be operating at reduced capacity and increased cost. Just look at Amazon's results yesterday. Jobs will be lost permenantly and wage growth will falter while governments tries to extract as many pennies from individuals and businesses as they possibly can to make good on it's debts. I'm expecting a revisit of March's lows in the near future so personally while I'm looking at a 50pc rise (where I sold) I'll take it where I can get it. And I think there must be a lot like me. Anyway good luck. I reckon fever is safer than most in any case. I just want cash.
dround87
01/5/2020
12:59
Most forecasts seem to put the impact of covid as horrendous in 2020 first half recovering in second and then almost up to where it was before within a year (notwithstanding government debt will be up), but presumably people will go back to work as soon as they can. Restaurants, hairdressers, tattoo parlours and many other small business may go bust but after this is over there will be many opportunities to fill those gaps. I’m fairly optimistic that in a year things will be fine. I could be totally wrong mind. I wish they’d hurry up with that social distancing app. I could have written it by now...
llama1978
01/5/2020
10:44
My theory based on nothing but what I do and some logic is that people drink gin at home more than the pub and people generally haven’t cut down their drinking since coronavirus. This should be in fevers favour somewhat. Which is why I questioned the recent statement saying covid-19 will have an impact. Sure it will have an impact. Sales in bars will be down 100% between April and probably July. Sales in supermarkets may be up 110%. Could be a good year for fever. I’ve got some in for the weekend. If I was in the pub I’d be drinking beer.
llama1978
01/5/2020
10:22
CT: "so sales are up 75% YoY"! Hells bells and a few bottles of gin; no, make that crates!
sogoesit
01/5/2020
09:31
I’m not surprised, fentimans tonic is awful. Their cola and ginger beer is pretty good mind. I used to buy it way back in about 1999 when it was only sold in places like partridges!
llama1978
01/5/2020
08:17
My apologies. You're right of course. We got talking about it and I didn't want to leave it in a place where people could lose money very quickly. Enough from me.
dround87
01/5/2020
08:15
Isn't there a SUK board?
trident5
01/5/2020
08:00
huge amount of FENTIMEN short dated floating about very cheap. Both flight cans and large bottles flight cans are retailing at 9.99 for 24 See D and R group on facebook dated 16/04 We have however just taken our 3 rd truck of FEVER in a month so sales are up 75% YOY Tiger
castleford tiger
01/5/2020
07:02
For anyone looking to place a short today I think we're going to open 100 points or so down which is right on the bottom of the upward channel. Be very careful. Could easily test 5900 today. Would recommend staying away from SUK2 for the time being.
dround87
01/5/2020
06:26
Versus fever tree having more shelf space for their new summer drinks range which I’ve not tried yet but will soon
llama1978
01/5/2020
06:24
I was being lazy, it involves getting out of bed to check. The merchant heart expires November 2020, so not short dated. The coke is end of August. I would say also not short dated. So my guess is a delist.
llama1978
01/5/2020
06:22
Maybe. I didn’t check to be honest. Anyway if both short dated, that implies they are both slow moving stock. Same can’t be said about fever tree in the supermarkets.
llama1978
30/4/2020
21:33
To add to that leverage is dangerous sideways. Consider if you lose 50pc you need 100pc to get back where you were. So leverage can whittle you down and then you have to take rebalancing into account which occurs every day and high fees. It seems bizarre but you can make/lose more in a non-leveraged ETF than a leveraged one over the same distance depending on the circumstances. It's worth reading about.
dround87
30/4/2020
21:31
I have yes. I bought into the dip in March. Time will tell if I made the right choice but I simply can't believe where we are so I sold into the second to last rally and rode VUKE up the last 300 points. This is far more serious and will last longer than I gave it credit for initially. So I'm using VUKE and LUK2 for long positions and XUKS and SUK2 for short positions. My normal strategy is news based. So I get up in the morning, trawl through RNS and make decisions for short/medium term investments, some of which become long term. That's pretty much out of the window right now so I'm trading the FTSE100 doing some technical analysis for entry/exit points but mostly going on short term sentiment. My feeling tommorow is that I'll cut my short early and wait for direction to become apparent. Like I say I don't think we've broken the daily upward trend yet so it needs extreme caution whatever you do. Expect volitility in both directions. All eyes on US right now.
dround87
30/4/2020
20:20
‘SainsburyR17;s, both merchant heart tonic and Coca Cola signature mixers were on reduced to clear aisle for 20p.‘ Maybe short date only, as both available online for full price.
trying2getrichquick
30/4/2020
19:46
Dr87 yes understand and good advice thankyou again .
2bluelynn
30/4/2020
19:24
Dround87, have you pulled out of all stocks then? I'm 80% in cash and considering being 100% in. This bounce off lows might be coming to an end i feel...
johndoe23
30/4/2020
16:08
I really do recommend deleveraging into XUKS. Leverage is great when your sure of direction but once markets close you don't get a say. Best to make slightly less than nothing at all.
dround87
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